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Problem Structuring Masterclass

  Category: Masterclass, Quality Improvement

Wednesday 15th March 2017 - Leeds

The NHS is full of complex problems with no clear way forward. Problem Structuring Methods can help untangle the mess, leading to focused projects that lead to real service improvement.


Date: Wednesday 15th March 09.00 - 15:15 (registration from 08:30am)

Venue: The Studio, Riverside West, Leeds, LS1 4AW (here)

Registration: Please click here to register for this event.

Flyer: The flyer for this event is available here.

For further information please contact Shahima Begum on 01274 383966, or at shahima.begum@yhahsn.nhs.uk.

The workshop/event is FREE to all NHS and Care organisation staff within the Yorkshire and Humber region, but a cancellation charge of £50 may apply if less than 48 hours’ notice is given.

Programme

This is a workshop to help people structure the complex and messy problems in their own organisation, and turn them into focused questions with clear scope, outputs, resources needed, stakeholders to involve and methods to solve the problem.

The event will be delivered by:

Martin Pitt
Associate Professor of Healthcare Modelling and Simulation , Director of PenCHORD, NIHR CLAHRC for the South West Peninsula (PenCLAHRC)

Martin has a long-standing and wide ranging experience in healthcare modelling ranging from economic modelling in health technology assessment to discrete event simulation and operational models for service re-design.

Daniel Chalk
Research Fellow in Applied Healthcare Modelling and Analysis, PenCHORD, NIHR CLAHRC for the South West Peninsula (PenCLAHRC)

Daniel leads a series of training programmes and associate schemes at the NIHR CLAHRC for the South West Peninsula to build capacity in the health service to generate and use evidence from models.  He has over six years of experience working with the NHS to build computer models that can help to identify problems in the service, and predict the impact of changes.

 08:30

 Registration
 09:00     Introduction to the work of PenCLAHRC and PenCHORD
 09:30  Introduction to Problem Structuring and Your Problems
 10:00  Qualitative System Dynamics
 12:00  Stakeholder Analysis
 13:15  Lunch
 13:45   Process Mapping
 15:00  Generating Final Questions
 16:30  Close